Really wonderful fish, almost perfect. The chips are outstanding, among the best I e ever had The place is kind of sad; small, sticky tables, indifferent staff, horrible music. We would go again.
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As a local, I know that the proprietors can be almost rude if you decide to eat there. They prefer takeout, and will advise you on how to treat their bags with the utmost care to ensure it keeps its crispiness as you carry it....More
We visited Eamonn's on a Sunday afternoon around 1 pm. We were walking along King Street, checking out all the menus and decided on fish & chips. There were only a few other customers in the restaurant at the time. The menu was easy enough....More
This is a fish & chips place That's pretty much all they do and they do it well. The breading on the fish was AMAZING and you can choose from a bunch of different dips. I ended up getting take away bc there was no...More
You go to Eamonn's for the deep fried cod and chips which are at a fair price.They are not the best or most authentic tasting fish and chips but the best in the area. It is a good portion with a pretty fluffy batter but...More
I've had better fish and chips in London which has the worst food of any city I've visited. Food was greasy and fish was coarse. Best part of the meal was the mushy peas. Chips weren't bad either. Quick service and reasonable prices. Ambience non...More
Went on a Thursday nighttime food was fresh,light & ample portions. The large fry order is enough for 2 maybe 3. Located on the King Street Trolley. You won't be disappointed with the food or service
As an Irish person living in the local area, I was excited at the prospect of eating some real fish and chips. This chipper was a total disappointment. The battered fish was burnt dark brown on the outside and wet, watery dough on the inside....More
Im not a huge fish and chips person. But there are just a few times a year when I get a craving. They do a decent job too. For me, splitting it with another person is enough and washing it down with a beer makes...More
We haven't lived in the area for years, but whenever we are here, this is one stop we have to make. The fish is nice and flakey and the chips are not too bad either.....paired with a Guinness and this girl is a happy camper.